IMCA Modified Racing Steel Driveshaft and U-Joint Kit
2.00" Overall Diameter, Steel
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- (1) Speedway Steel Drive Shaft
- (2) Speedway 1310 Series Chevy to Chevy U-Joint
Speedway Steel Drive Shaft
Lightweight steel driveshaft lengths measured from center of U-joint to center of U-joint. Driveshafts are not dynamically balanced. We recommend dynamically balancing the driveshaft prior to installation. Several lengths are available.
- Choose length:
- Super strong and much lighter
- 2" O.D. tubing with .083" wall
- Forged yokes
- Painted white for high visibility on the track
- Fits most IMCA modifieds
Speedway 1310 Series Chevy to Chevy U-Joint
High quality, heat treated forged steel replacement U-joints. Comes with outside retaining clips and can be greased.
- Yoke U-Joint Series: 1310
- Yoke Width: 3-7/32"
- Cap Diameter A: 1.062"
- Cap Diameter B: 1.062"
- Width A: 3.219"
- Width B: 3.219"
What's In The Kit
Speedway Steel Drive ShaftPart # 910483Qty x 1
Speedway 1310 Series Chevy to Chevy U-JointPart # 91048315Qty x 2
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Q & A
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In this tech article, we show you how to measure the working angles on your drive shaft to ensure long life out of your U-joints.